Modern Slavery Statement
SentinelOne Modern Slavery Statement
This statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”), and sets out the steps that SentinelOne, Inc. (“SentinelOne” or “Company”) has taken and will continue to take to ensure that no form of modern slavery or human trafficking (as defined in the Act) is exercised in connection with our business.
SentinelOne is committed to understanding potential modern slavery risks related to our business and ensuring that there is no modern slavery in its own business and supply chains. We fully endorse the principles set out in the Act. We do not condone modern slavery in any form and SentinelOne complies with all applicable laws in the countries in which it operates.
SentinelOne offers endpoint, cloud, and IoT protection to businesses seeking protection from cyber attacks such as malware, exploits, live attacks and script-based attacks that can infect computing devices with the purpose of stealing data, profiting financially, or otherwise harming systems, individuals, or organizations.
SentinelOne offers Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) Solutions which unifies prevention, detection and response in a single, purpose-built solution powered by machine learning and automation. It provides prevention and detection of attacks across all major vectors, rapid elimination of threats with fully automated, policy-driven response capabilities, and complete visibility into the endpoint environment with full-context, real-time forensics.
SentinelOne is headquartered at 444 Castro St., Suite 400, Mountain View, CA 94041, United States with affiliated subsidiaries in the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Israel, France, Germany, Japan and Singapore, and employs over 600 people.
Alongside other corporate policies such as our privacy and anti-bribery policies, SentinelOne has a code of business conduct and ethics that guides the way our employees work. Our commitment to ensuring that there is no modern slavery in its own business and supply chains is expressly reflected in our code of business conduct and ethics, and we maintain a zero-tolerance policy with respect to any violations of the Act in connection with our business.
Our Interaction with Suppliers
In light of the industry in which we operate, products we make and sell, and the type of supply chains we work with, our assessment is that there is a very low risk that modern slavery and human trafficking exist in our business and supply chain in a manner that affects our business.
We purchase professional services, IT equipment and office materials, among other things, from third party suppliers and strive to conduct business with third party suppliers who share our commitment to high ethical standards, and who operate in a responsible and ethical manner towards their workers and suppliers. We choose our suppliers with care and their integrity and ethical business practices form part of the selection criteria. We continue to monitor our suppliers to ensure that they remain in line with our requirements and our ethical standards.
The Approach Within SentinelOne
SentinelOne is dedicated to ensuring that human rights are respected at all times. We expect our employees to maintain the highest ethical standards and comply with all applicable laws and company policies. Our code of business conduct and ethics embodies our requirements.
SentinelOne encourages its team members to report any suspected wrongdoing or dangers in relation to any activity that falls short of our code of conduct. By encouraging a culture of openness and accountability within SentinelOne, we believe that it can help prevent illegal or unethical practices from occurring. Our culture is designed to make it easy for our team members to make disclosures without fear of reprisal.
Considering our business consists of predominantly professionally qualified and highly skilled people and the lengths of our supply chains are relatively short, we assess the risk of modern slavery within our business and supply chain to be extremely low. However, we are committed to preventing slavery in all of our corporate activities, and we take affirmative steps to ensure that our supply chains are free from forced or compulsory labor.
Performance Indicators and Measuring Effectiveness
We accept that effective action to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chain requires constant monitoring and an effective response should issues be identified. Our management will continue to take a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and human trafficking and will react accordingly to any transgression whether by our staff or by our suppliers.
A Progressive Approach to Modern Slavery
SentinelOne recognises that the risks from modern slavery and human trafficking are constantly evolving. We also recognise that efficient methods to identify and address modern slavery and human trafficking will be developed and enhanced. SentinelOne will continue to monitor and evaluate such developments and our approach to preventing modern slavery will be reviewed annually so that we can constantly adapt and improve our approach.
SentinelOne is adjusting its staff education and other training to address those aspects of modern slavery and human trafficking that are relevant to them and the way they work.
This statement is made for the financial year ending on January, 31st 2021. The Statement has been approved by the Board of Directors of SentinelOne, Inc. on December 2, 2020 and is signed on its behalf by Efi Harari who is the Company’s Corporate Secretary.